A few tips on getting better photos through old, dirty airplane windows
Realistic CGI rendering is already competing with photography and it's getting cheaper and easier every day.
An Arizona bill that would require advertisers to print disclaimers with images that have been altered in postproduction.
It's a good news day for photo manipulation.
The tools we use effect us more than we like to admit. We are so accustomed to working on computers that we tend to forget that the interface of a modern operating system is little more than a set of visual metaphors.
History is full of attempts to codify beauty. The meistersingers referenced in the quote above are a good example and in fact have a lot in common with the kind of advice you get in magazines, workshops…
I've been in Wyoming for the past two weeks, which is why things have been a little slow around here. I expect to be back on top of things next week. In the mean time I'll leave you with a few out takes of some amazing roping horses in digital conversions
Earlier this week the New York Times retracted a photo essay by Edgar Martins with the note: "A picture essay in The Times Magazine on Sunday and an expanded slide show on NYTimes.com entitled 'Ruins of the Second Gilded Age'"
A catalog of the differences in the way I see a scene compared to what is captured in a photograph.